During his lifetime, Dietrich achieved fame not only in his homeland, but throughout Europe. First of all, he became famous as an “artist of all schools” - a master who is able to recreate the style of any famous predecessor in his works. Until now, his works in some museum and private collections are listed under the names of Dutch masters of the XVII century.
But over time, the artist went beyond simple imitation of recognized masters. And it was in the depiction of the landscape that the artist achieved the most significant successes, felt the freedom of creativity and overcame the qualitative difference between backward German painting and the achievements of European masters.
The format of the exhibition of one picture allows you to appreciate the artistic merit of a small pictorial work "Landscape with a caravan" from the collection State Hermitage Museumwith high artistic and historical value.